Amendment related to the Rules and Guidance related to Damage Stability, the Guidance related to Winches for Lifeboats Other Than Free-fall lifeboats, and the Rules and Guidance related to Modernization of the GMDSS The PDF files of ClassNK Rules and Guidance are available free of charge via ClassNK’s website www.classnk.com for those who have registered for the ClassNK “My Page” service. Amendment related to the Rules and Guidance related to Condition Based Maintenance Scheme for Machinery, the Rules and Guidance related to the Materials used for the Principal Components of Diesel Engines, etc., and the Guidance related to Environmental Tests for Automatic Equipment In response to industry requests: Sea News, January 7 Author: Baibhav Mishra More specifically, some of the requirements amended this time are as follows: In response to changes in international conventions: In response to feedback from damage investigations: ClassNK is constantly revising its Rules and Guidance in order to reflect the latest results from relevant research and development projects, feedback from damage investigations, requests from the industry as well as changes made to relevant international conventions, IACS unified requirements (UR), national regulations, etc. Amendment related to the Welding for Cross-joints subject to High Stress, Towing Winch Emergency Release Systems, and Arrangement, Connection and Protection, etc. of Piping Systems Classification society ClassNK has announced that it released amendments to its Rules and Guidance for the Survey and Construction of Steel Ships on 27 December 2019. Amendment related to the Steels Subject to Special Requirements for Ammonia Carriers, Clarification of the Application of the Requirements for Fire Protection and Extinction, and the Guidance related to Alarms, etc. of Drip Trays Provided for Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems In response to changes in IACS Unified Requirements:
Back-to-Back GSC Champs: 2012 UWF Women’s Tennis Season Review In 2012, the UWF women’s tennis team overcame injuries to capture its 12th Gulf South Conference Championship. The Argos, who also won the conference title in 2011, advanced to the regional finals of the NCAA Championships. Besides the team success that UWF saw in 2012, numerous Argos also garnered individual awards. “I was very pleased with the performance of both teams this year,” said UWF women’s and men’s tennis head coach Derrick Racine. “We practiced very hard to prepare for each match, and it really showed in our performance. I felt neither team had a let down at any point in the season.”The Argonaut women opened the year ranked No. 8 in the nation in the preseason rankings. UWF junior Luiza Sonnervig (Sao Paulo, Brazil) was ranked No. 11 and senior Barbara Oliveira (Belo Horizonte, Brazil), who medically redshirted in the spring of 2011 due to an injury, was ranked No. 17 nationally in singles. Oliveira and Caitlyn Baines (Fort Walton, Beach) were listed as the No. 14 doubles team in the nation in the preseason rankings.UWF recorded a 7-2 victory over No. 10-ranked Florida Southern in its spring season opener. The Argos fell in their next three matches, including a 9-0 blanking at the hands of No. 3-ranked and eventual national champion Armstrong, before returning to winning ways with a 9-0 victory over Lander at home. The Lander match started a seven-match winning streak for West Florida. The Argos opened Gulf South Conference (GSC) play on March 8th with a 9-0 win over Christian Brothers in Pensacola. The match was the first of four conference matches that the Argos would win in a four-day span.UWF’s 9-0 blanking of No. 35 Midwestern State on March 16th started UWF’s string of six matches in eight days. All six matches were against non-conference opponents. The Argos fell at No. 3-ranked Lynn, 2-7, and No. 2-ranked Barry, 0-9, on March 19th and 20th, respectively. West Florida bounced back the following day and recorded a 6-3 victory over South Region foe and No. 10-ranked Rollins. The Argos tallied victories over four ranked opponents – No. 35 Midwestern State, No. 26 Nova Southeastern, No. 10 Rollins and No. 42 Central Oklahoma – during the eight-day time span.The Argos entered the end of March with a 10-5 overall record and a 4-0 record in conference play. UWF finished out the month by defeating No. 16 Georgia State and College and No. 21 UC San Diego, while dropping a 2-7 decision to No. 1 BYU-Hawaii in Pensacola. The match against UC San Diego would start an 11-match winning streak for UWF. The Argos got their fifth conference victory on April 1st when UWF defeated Delta State, 6-0.UWF had five regular season matches remaining in April before the GSC Tournament. On April 5th, the Argos, who moved to No. 9 in the March 28th rankings, blanked Northeastern State, 9-0. The following day, UWF defeated conference foe West Georgia, 9-0, and No. 13 Grand Canyon, 5-4. In their fourth match in three days, UWF defeated Valdosta State, a GSC opponent, 6-3 in Pensacola. In UWF’s final regular season match, the Argos defeated New Orleans on the road, 6-3. The match against UNO had been postponed multiple times throughout the season due to weather. The victory over New Orleans gave the Argos a perfect 8-0 record in the GSC and the No. 1 seed in the GSC Tournament.With a perfect regular season conference record and No. 1 seed in hand, the Argos opened the GSC Tournament with a 5-0 victory over Christian Brothers. West Florida cruised into the finals after defeating West Alabama, 5-0, in the semifinals. UWF clinched its 12th GSC Championship and became back-to-back GSC Champions with a 5-2 victory over Valdosta State in the finals of the GSC Women’s Tennis Championships.With the GSC title captured and riding a 10-match winning streak, the Argos awaited their fate in the NCAA Championships. West Florida was selected as the No. 3 seed in the South and was sent to Boca Raton to compete in NCAA South Regional #2. UWF’s South Regional semifinals match was postponed two days due to rain. Once the weather cleared, the Argos won their 11th straight match with a 5-3 victory over No. 19-ranked Florida Southern. The Argos were set to face No. 4-ranked and No. 2-seeded Lynn in the regional finals. The Argos, who fell to Lynn earlier in the regular season, saw their season come to an end as Lynn defeated UWF, 5-1. For the fourth straight year, UWF’s season ended in the regional finals. The Argos finished the year with a 22-6 overall record.The UWF women’s tennis team received numerous awards from the GSC. Oliveira, who anchored the Argos at the No. 1 position and went 4-1 against regular season GSC competition, was named the GSC Player of the Year. Racine was named GSC Coach of the Year for the eighth time. Oliveira, UWF freshman Sheila Smiley (Richmond Hill, Ontario) and Mariana Sonnervig (Sao Paulo, Brazil) all garnered All-GSC First Team accolades. Baines received her third All-GSC Second Team honor. Six Argos were honored for their success in the classroom. West Florida senior Naomi Higa (Córdoba, Argentina) was named to the GSC All-Academic Team. She was also listed on the GSC Academic Honor Roll with Fernanda Amaral (Curitiba, Brazil), Jacqueline March (Santa Rosa Beach), Smiley, Luiza Sonnervig and Mariana Sonnervig.The Argos finished the year ranked as the No. 9 team in the nation and No. 3 in the South Region. Oliveira was the No. 29 singles player in the nation and ranked No. 8 in the South Region. Baines and Smiley, who teamed at the No. 1 doubles line for the Argos most of the season, ended the year as the No. 16 doubles team and No. 6 in the South Region.”The women had a great year. We accomplished our goal to repeat as the GSC Champions,” stated Racine. “Over the course of the season, we had a few injuries that could of proved fatal to a lot of teams, but the depth and effort of all the girls showed as we once again finished among the nation’s top 10. They played the whole season with a lot of fight and represented UWF in great fashion.” For information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. — www.GoArgos.com –Print Friendly Version Share 2012 UWF Women’s Tennis Team at NCAA South Regional #2.
BYU HAWAII RESULTSALABAMA HUNTSVILLE RESULTSPENSACOLA, Fla. – The No. 8-ranked University of West Florida women’s tennis team fell to No. 3 BYU Hawaii 3-6 and swept Gulf South Conference opponent Alabama Huntsville 5-0 at home on Friday afternoon at the Ralph “Skeeter” Carson Tennis Complex. West Florida (13-3, 6-0 GSC) improves to 8-0 in matches against south region opponents and remains unbeaten in Gulf South Conference play. No. 3 BYU Hawaii 6, No. 8 West Florida 3 West Florida’s No. 16-ranked doubles team of seniors Laure-Eline Faure (Toulouse, France) and Monika Kochanova (Bratislava, Slovakia) fell to BYU Hawaii’s No. 1-ranked doubles team of Nannan Zhang and Min Liu in a very close match by a score of 9-8. Kochanova and Faure drop to 0-2 on the year in matches against nationally ranked opponents. Senior Fernanda Amaral (Curitiba, Brazil) and junior Nina Bubelova (Povazska Bystrica, Slovakia) fell at number two doubles 8-6 and are now 1-1 on the year in matches against regionally ranked opponents. Junior Katarina Dikosavljevic (Queensland, Australia) and sophomore Lisa May (Oviedo, Fla.) won 9-7 at number three doubles and improve to 2-1 on the year. Faure fell to No. 1 Zhang at number one singles by a score of 2-6, 4-6 and falls to 1-2 against nationally ranked opponents. No. 18 Kochanova defeated No. 4 Liu at number two singles by a score of 7-6, 6-3 and improves to 3-2 against nationally ranked opponents. Dikosavljevic fell to No. 9 Tuionetoa 6-2, 2-6, 4-6 at number three singles and falls to 0-2 against nationally ranked opponents. Bubelova won at number four singles by a score of 6-3, 6-1 while Amaral fell 6-1, 2-6, 2-6 at number five singles. Junior Sarai Flores (Mexico City, Mexico) fell at number six singles by a score of 2-6, 6-3, 3-10 No. 8 West Florida 5, Alabama Huntsville 0 Senior Francesca Fanchin (New York, N.Y.) and sophomore Heather May Walton (Winter Park, Fla.) won 8-0 at number three doubles. Fanchin won 6-1, 6-0 at number three singles while freshman Erica Lilja Eriksson (Kristinehamn, Sweden) won 6-4, 6-2 at number four singles. Junior Giovana Patitucci (Sao Paulo, Brazil) won 6-0, 5-7, 6-4 at number five singles while Walton won 6-2, 6-0 at number six singles. West Florida will next face Florida Southern on Saturday, March 28 at 9 a.m. CT before facing West Georgia later that day at Noon. West Florida will wrap up the weekend by facing Delta State on Sunday, March 29 at 9 a.m. CT before facing Christian Brothers later that day at 1 p.m. CT. For information on all UWF athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. #ARGOS# Print Friendly Version
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GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES Still, after Querrey had leveled up the match, Nishikori looked to be in a good position to advance, taking a 4-1 lead in the third set, only to lose five games in a row from the sixth.“I had some serious pain in my right ankle. It hurt all the way through the Japan Open and hurt yesterday and today. My left knee also hurt,” said Nishikori, whose young career has been interrupted by a number of injuries.“If I am honest my whole body is tired. Today I also played to my absolute limit until the end.”The 22-year-old Nishikori reached the semifinals in Shanghai last year.Stosur advancesOSAKA KyodoAustralian top seed Samantha Stosur rallied from a set down to beat Frenchwoman Virginie Razzano and advance to the quarterfinals of the Japan Women’s Open on Wednesday.The 2011 U.S. Open champion dropped the first set before coming back to post a 1-6, 6-2, 6-4 in a little under 2 hours at Utsubo Tennis Center in Osaka.Stosur, runner-up in last year’s final to Frenchwoman Marion Bartoli, will face unseeded Jamie Hampton in the last eight after the American prevailed 7-5, 7-5 against Thai wild card and 2010 champion Tamarine Tanasugarn.The 28-year-old Stosur is looking to bounce back from the disappointment last week in Beijing of missing out on the eighth and last spot in the WTA Championships.Li Na ended up securing the spot, and Stosur and Bartoli will be the two alternates in Istanbul, though which one of them is first alternate and which is second will be determined in Moscow next week.Japan’s Misaki Doi beat Russian qualifier Olga Puchkova 6-3, 6-2. IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 SHANGHAI – Japanese ace Kei Nishikori, ranked a personal best 15th after winning the Japan Open for his second career title on Sunday, was handed a 2-6, 6-1, 6-4 second-round defeat by Sam Querrey at the Shanghai Masters on Wednesday.The 14th-seeded Nishikori breezed through the first set but lacked the same sharpness after undergoing treatment on his right ankle at the end of the set.
Check back for continued updates as they are made available. Approximately 2,827 members are without power. HEA Crews are being dispatched. The cause of the outage at this time is unknown. FacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Update 10:17am- Crews have found a bad insulator and are in the process of making repairs. Original Post-At 6:55 am, on July 18, HEA reported power outage from Kasilof to Anchor Point.
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Terri Eddington/Legacy Photography After the Haughton Buccaneers’ 52-0 loss to the Evangel Christian Academy Eagles Friday night at Rodney Duron Field, coach Jason Brotherton told his players they probably wouldn’t even watch the film.The Eagles did to the Bucs what they’ve done to every other team in the district — dominate them. Haughton managed just 35 total yards, according to Haughton’s stats, against one of the best defense’s in the state. The Bucs had minus-11 yards rushing.Evangel (7-2, 5-0) clinched a share of the District 1-5A championship. The Eagles close the regular season against Byrd this Friday. They will then compete in the select Division I playoffs.Evangel has outscored its five district opponents 251-15. The Eagles’ average margin of victory in district play is 47.2 points.Haughton dropped to 4-5 and 1-4. The Bucs close the regular season against Captain Shreve on Friday at Lee Hedges Stadium. The Gators (4-5, 2-3) dropped a non-district contest to undefeated Loyola College Prep 21-7 Friday night.Haughton entered the game at No. 23 in the 5A power rankings. The Bucs could drop a few spots but even with a loss to Shreve they have a very good chance of making the playoffs. A loss, though, will likely put them on the road against a high seed in the first round.Haughton coach Jason Brotherton thought his team may have been a bit overwhelmed at their surroundings Friday night. It was the first time in school history Haughton has played at Rodney Duron Field.“I think they were a little in awe of the whole production,” he said. “It was our first time to go over there. They got the big video board and played a hype video.”Brotherton said he was disappointed with the team’s effort for the first time this season.“I thought we’d compete better than we did,” he said. “Part of that I think was our kids knew they were a big underdog … We knew we were overmatched, but I was hoping we’d have a little more fight in us than we showed.”Evangel rolled up 427 total yards, according to Haughton stats, with 271 yards of that coming on the ground. Connor Curry passed for two touchdowns and ran for one. He passed for 156 yards and ran for 60.— Russell Hedges, email@example.comTop Expat InsuranceExpat Living in Hong Kong without Health Insurance?Top Expat Insurance|SponsoredSponsoredUndoNews gadgetThis watch takes the whole country by storm! it’s price? Ridiculous!News gadget|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Secret Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unblock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoPerfect-Dating.comAre You Ready to Meet Cool Guys in Tung Chung?Perfect-Dating.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndoTheTopFiveVPNThe Trick Netflix Doesn’t Want You To Know To Unlock RestrictionsTheTopFiveVPN|SponsoredSponsoredUndoCelebsland.com9 Celebrity Before-And-After Plastic Surgery DisastersCelebsland.com|SponsoredSponsoredUndo
WHEN: 8 p.m. todayWHERE: Coleman Coliseum, TuscaloosaRECORDS: Alabama (4-1), South Florida (5-1)ON THE AIR: TV — SEC Network; Radio — WXFX-FM 95.1, WDXX-FM 100.1, WTLS-FM 106.5, WTLS-AM 1300SOUTH FLORIDA LINEUP: G Corey Allen (6-1, Sr.) 15.8 ppg.; F Chris Perry (6-8, So.) 13.8 ppg.; G Nehemias Morillo (6-5, Jr.) 11.5 ppg.; G Anthony Collins (6-1, Jr.) 10.3 ppg.; C Jaleel Cousins (6-11, Jr.) 3.5 ppg.ALABAMA LINEUP: G Justin Coleman (5-10, Fr.) 6.2 ppg.; G Levi Randolph (6-5, Sr.) 20.6 ppg.; G Rodney Cooper (6-6, Sr.) 10.8 ppg.; F Shannon Hale (6-8, So.) 10.2 ppg.; F Jimmie Taylor (6-10, So.) 5.4 ppg.NOTEWORTHY: Alabama is coming off a third-place showing at the CBE Hall of Fame Classic and a win over Arizona State in Kansas City. … That victory snapped a 16-game losing streak away from home. It was the first win outside of Coleman Coliseum since the final win of the 2012-13 season against Stanford in the NIT. … This is the third meeting with South Florida with both teams winning once. The Bulls won last season in Tampa 66-64. … Randolph leads the country in free-throw shooting at 1.000 (35 of 35) and leads the SEC in scoring average. … Randolph has made 37 consecutive free throws dating back to last season. The school record for consecutive free throws made is 39 held by Alvin Lee, who set the record from Jan. 28-Feb. 27, 1988. … The Crimson Tide leads the nation in free-throw shooting at 81.5 percent (101 of 124). — Cliff Kirkpatrick
Chelsea Ladies manager Emma Hayes says they should take confidence from their impressive victory over Arsenal when they face in-form Manchester City at Staines Town’s Wheatsheaf Park on Sunday.Chelsea have moved up to second place in the Women’s Super League after the 2-1 success against a Gunners side who had beaten the Blues twice in cup competitions this season.Now Chelsea take on City, who have won seven games out of eight and are up to fourth in the table after Thursday’s 1-0 win over Notts County.AdChoices广告“We had a fantastic win against Arsenal on Wednesday night but our heads were immediately thinking about Manchester City as soon as the final whistle went,” Hayes said.“They are a good, solid, organised team and have made a promising start to their debut season but we are playing at home and coming off the back of the Arsenal win and qualifying for the Continental Cup semi-final. I hope we have the confidence going in to the game to get another three points.“We respect every opponent in this league, you only have to look at how tight games are to see you have to do that, but if we are going to continue to aim for a top-four finish then we need to pick up points at home.”Kick-off on Sunday is at 2pm, with tickets available on the door. Tickets are £5 for adults and £3 for concessions.Follow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook